Promises to Keep by Jane Green (Love Verb in the UK)

by |June 30, 2010

Do you think its time for a fun read? Yes?

I offer you Jane Green.

If you have not read Jane Green in the past – a gentle warning – she is addictive. For those already hooked on her fun, vibrant, moving novels – your new fix is almost here!

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Jane Green, was born in London and has lived in Connecticut for seven years. One of the founding writers behind the genre known as ‘chick lit’, Green now writes novels that reflect the lives of real women today, with all the trials and tribulations that come with real life: from in-laws, motherhood, mid-life crises and loss, all of which are told with Green’s trademark warmth, wit and wisdom.

About Promises to Keep: Love is not an abstract idea. It is not saying ‘I’m here for you, let me know if you need me’. It’s making the decision, when someone close to you is in trouble, about what you will DO to fix as much as you can for them. It’s a ‘doing’ thing. A verb.

For Callie, love is about looking after her family – her husband and two children – and their beautiful home.

For Steff, Callie’s younger sister, love is about experiencing all that life has to offer without having to ever settle down.

For Lila, Callie’s best friend, love is about finding a soulmate. And when she meets divorced father-of-two Eddie, she knows her search is over.

For Walter and Honor, Callie and Steff’s divorced parents, love is about caring for the daughters they share.
Then Callie gets some life-changing news. And suddenly the whole family is about to understand what ‘love’ really, really means . . .

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Jane Green has always been a favourite amongst ‘chick-lit’ readers but we know she pushes out beyond that label. I don’t hesitate recommending Jane Green to those who love Sex and the City, Marian Keyes and Bridget Jones, but I  also don’t it think  it a stretch to suggest that those who love Anita Shreve, Jodi Picoult or Erica James might find themselves quite enjoying her too!

You deserve a Jane Green break!

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